Archive for October, 2011

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Khenchen Tsewang Gyatso Rinpoche giving two days of Teachings and Empowerment
Empowerment of “Manjusri – the Excellence of Wisdom” on 16th October 10am
Empowerment of “Guru Rinpoche” on 15th October 10am
Teaching on Meaningful Life – A Mahayana Approach – based on Acharya Nagarjuna’s suhá¹›lekha on 15th & 16th October 2:00pm


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Regular Programs
Pyramid Valley offers year round programs focused on core teachings of Pyramid Spiritual Societies Movement for beginners, spiritual seekers, masters and visiting public. Daily free meditation classes, monthly Full-Moon night programs and annual Buddha Poornima Celebrations are some of these.

Health and Self-development
Meditation and spiritual progress is fundamental to physical, mental, intellectual and spiritual health. These workshops provide ample opportunities to practice intensive meditation, interactive discussions and learning about world spiritual masters, for spiritual wisdom, joyous living and enlightenment.

Corporate Training
With its serene, meditative environs, Pyramid Valley provides a unique space for learning, contemplation and self-development for corporate managers and leaders. We invite you to organize your corporate workshops in Pyramid Valley and infuse them with the vital Meditational Energy, in harmony with the universe.

Annual Global Congress of Spiritual Scientists
Every year, an international congress on Spirituality called “Global Congress of Spiritual Scientists” is held in Pyramid Valley with participation from several renowned new age world spiritual masters.

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Janaagraha Volunteers

Dear Volunteers,

Thank you for your continued support and engagement with Janaagraha. One of our online campaigns, iJanaagraha.org, which is committed to bringing about awareness and change at the local neighbourhood level is looking for volunteer support. We require volunteers to network on the website and encourage other citizens in their localities to sign up on the site and participate in the activity of posting issues that plague their streets /wards/ neighbourhoods . This way, citizens of the same street/ward can connect with one another and with the help of civic know-how provided on the site collectively solve issues in their areas.

If we dig deep, every one of us has an issue that touches a raw nerve – be it tree cutting, solid waste management, traffic, water, urban poverty. iJanaagraha.org aspires to be a platform that enable citizens to be able to come together and collectively arrive at solutions to issues that plague our neighbourhoods and the city at large.

If this is something that interests you, please write in to us at volunteer@janaagraha.org or call us at 080 40790400.

Our volunteers’ perseverance is the key to the success of all ourinitiatives . We look forward to fostering our online communities with similar energy and drive!

Warm Regards,

Kavitha Mhatre
HR Manager, Janaagraha

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AWS Meetup October 22, 2011

AWS Meetup October
will happen on Saturday, October 22, 2011
When: Where: RSVP:
Saturday, October 22, 2011
11:00 AM PageTurners Bookstore,
# 89, 2nd Floor, Kannan Building, MG Road,


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We will have our null/OWASP/Garage4hackers/securityxploded Bangalore meetup on Saturday 15th OCT 2011 starting at 10.00 AM. No registrations, no fee, just come with open mind :).

Please note the VENUE details.

1. Password Auditing :- Sudeep

2. Anti-virus bypassing techniques and mitigation :- Amit
3. News bytes by Ashwin Patil
4. Web fuzzing and postive validation :- Prasanna(author of same article in Hakin9 magzine)


Kieon, 3rd Floor, 302 Prestige Sigma, 3 Vittal Mallya Road, Bangalore 560001

Map Location : Kieon at Prestige Sigma, Vittal Mallya Road | null Bangalore Meeting

* Opposite Bishop Cottons Girls School, Above Emirates Airlines office. Parking is available in the building.

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Announcing the Water Hackathon Bangalore: October 21st – 23rd 2011

Organized by the Water Anchor, the Water & Sanitation Program of the World Bank, the Indian Institute for Human Settlements and the India Water Portal.
The Water Anchor and the Water and Sanitation Program of the World Bank are planning a Global Water Hackathon event to develop prototypes in mobile applications to help address issues in the water and sanitation sector. Ten countries will play host to an intensive marathon of brainstorming and programming (known as a Hackathon), drawing together the talent and initiative of software developers to find innovative solutions to challenges facing the water and sanitation sector from October 21-23rd, 2011. For more information on the event please log on to http://www.waterhackathon.org.

What is a hackathon? A hackathon event is an intensive marathon of brainstorming and programming, where software developers and designers collaborate to create new tools for solving a set of problems.

What is WaterHackathon? WaterHackathon is a hackathon dedicated to solving water and sanitation problems facing developing countries, such as:
•Access to safe drinking water and adequate sanitation•Flooding and drought (i.e., climate change issues)•Environmental pollutionIn India, the Water and Sanitation Program along with partners, Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS) and India Water Portal (IWP) is hosting the event in Bangalore, Karnataka from Oct 21-23rd, 2011. The event is also being supported by Department of Information Technology, Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, Hewlett Packard, Broadvision Group of India, NJS Engineers India and OnMobile.

The Water Hackathon Bangalore will be kicked off with a dinner event on Friday the 21st of October at the Ista Hotel, Bangalore which will include presentations by experts in the water sector and the IT sector. Teams of “ethical hackers” will identify the problems in the water sector they want to address using the mobile technology of their choice. The hackathon will then begin at 08:00 am on Saturday 22nd of October at the Electronic City Campus of the International Institute of Information Technology Bangalore (IIIT-B). The teams will work or “hack” through the night of Saturday and present their solutions to an eminent jury from civil society organizations and the private- and public sectors on the afternoon of Sunday the 23rd of October 2011. Winners will receive exciting prizes and an opportunity to develop their solution into a full-fledged application.

To register please go to http://www.rhok.org/event/waterhackathon-bangalore. Please feel free to contact Amogh @ +91 80 4113 7705 or email at aarakali@iihs.ac.in OR Vandana Mehra at vmehra@worldbank.org for further information.

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Date : 16 OCT 2011

Time : 10:00AM – 12:30 Noon

Venue :
TechJini Solutions Private Limited
No. 948, Second Floor,
24th Main, Gaayathri Chambers,
J P Nagar 2nd Phase,
Bangalore – 560078
Tel: +91-80-41507899
Fax: +91-80-26685241

landmark – Above KFC Restaurent
Map link – http://g.co/maps/asj5f

10:00 am – 10:30 AM :: Registration/Introduction of members
10:30 AM – 11:00 AM :: Talk on Google Protocol Buffers
11:00 AM – 11:45 AM :: Talk on Google+ API’s (Intro)
11:45 AM – 12:00 Noon :: Networking …

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